Tue 09-Apr-13 01:26 AM | edited Tue 09-Apr-13 03:58 AM by mklass
>My guess (just a guess)is that more than 80% of d600s suffer >from this problem.
You're right, that's a guess, not based on any facts.
>Don't trust people saying they havent seen spots on their >photos. Ive seen several posts on the internet with proud >people posting photos saying how happy they are saying they >dont have the problem, and the next reply is someone pointing >out huge globs on the image. One does not follow the other. Your over generalizing based not on statistical data.
>This problem affects everyone, not just pixelpeepers. Ive >taken normal photos at normal apertures that are ruined by the >spots.
Really... everyone? Including the people who have responded here that say they have had no problem or nothing more that you would normally expect with a DSLR. You're kinda insulting our intelligence, don't you think?
Broad generalizations such as these are not very helpful or useful. All you have is anecdotal evidence, and guesses. If you have had a problem with your camera, relay that information. But please stick to facts.